Year 8 Premier League Wrap Up
On Thursday 17 November we had two Year 8 SACCSS Teams play off in their respective SACCSS Grand Finals.
We are delighted to let you know that our Girls Basketball team defeated CRC Melton by 10 points to win this year’s title. What a game by the girls! A very impressive season.
Sadly, our Boys Cricket Team went down by 18 runs to CRC North Keilor in a nail-biting game that could have gone either way several times throughout a seesawing match. The boys played well considering the limited matches they played this season due to the poor weather.
Congratulations to both teams for their commitment and sportspersonship.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our students who got involved in the SACCSS Program in 2023. Your enthusiasm and dedication to our College and your team is extremely valued.
We would also like to thank all staff who got involved this year to coach our SACCSS teams in weekly sport, one day competitions or major carnivals. Without our passionate staff such programs would not run, so we very much appreciate the time they have given up to be part of this program.
In our first full year of SACCSS Sport we could not have asked for a better year on the field and courts, and we look forward to an even bigger and better year in 2023.
Year 8 Premier League Best and Fairest Awards
With the completion of the Year 8 Premier League season, we are excited to share with you the students who have been named Best and Fairest players for their respective teams. Congratulations to the following students:
|TEAM:||BEST & FAIREST:|
|Year 8 Boys Basketball||Yonathan Berhane|
|Year 8 Girls Basketball||Nyapath Machot|
|Year 8 Boys Soccer||Jonathan Turda|
|Year 8 Girls Soccer||Rhian Mariano|
|Year 8 Boys Volleyball||Paul Abrigo|
|Year 8 Girls Volleyball||Sarah Sy|
|Year 8 Girls Netball||Claire Teaurima|
|Year 8 Boys Cricket||Jai Bryan|
– Margie White: Sport & Co-Curricular Leader